Opinion Tribune 08/31/2016
‘Scaled back’ activities complex subject of Sept. 7 forum
The Glenwood Booster Club is holding an informational meeting Sept. 7 about the proposed new Glenwood Activities Complex and a recently-completed feasibility study.
Retired priest who served in Glenwood faces charges of invasion of privacy
A retired priest, who served for 10 years as pastor at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Glenwood, has been charged with five counts of invasion of privacy, a serious misdemeanor, and
Not quite RAGBRAI, but . . .
Billed as the “ultimate summer sendoff bicycle party,” more than 500 bicyclists from Iowa and surrounding states converged on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail last weekend for two days of cycling and
Vision Beyond Sight Banquet
Join us to celebrate the capabilities of the blind and build awareness among influential community members of the work we do supporting our 35,000 visually impaired neighbors in Nebraska.
Outdoor classroom taking shape at GCHS
After years of discussions, plans and grant proposals, Glenwood Community High School’s long gestating outdoor classroom took a giant leap forward last week.
GCSD, city working on deal for pool use in PE classes
The Glenwood Community School District is in negotiations with the City of Glenwood to use the aquatic center for high school physical education classes this fall and spring.
Changes could push F-M additions to fall 2017
A lack of contractor bids and a crowded construction market has brought changes to the bidding process and possibly the timeline for a planned $5.5 million addition in the Fremont-Mills Community
Economic Development director sees potential for county growth
Mills County’s first full-time economic development director has hit the ground running.